The expanding complexity
of providing products and services in a worldwide marketplace with a global workforce has fueled an increase in demand for Systems
Engineers. Systems Engineers utilize a combination of product development and service delivery fundamentals including program
& project management techniques and keen business skills. Systems Engineers plan, coordinate, and manage team efforts that
translate customer requirements and operational needs into effective solutions that meet cost, schedule, and performance goals.
Engineering Certificate prepares you to sit for the Associate and Certified levels of the Systems Engineering Professional exams
(ASEP & CSEP) given by the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE). Recognized internationally, these certifications
have set the standard for excellence in systems engineering. In addition, courses in this program can be applied to a Professional
Master's Degree in Applied Systems Engineering (PMASE) from Georgia Institute of Technology. This degree, from one of the
top five engineering schools in the U.S., is offered primarily online.
Who Should Enroll
This program benefits program managers, project managers, and those in technical and non-technical disciplines who are involved
in any aspect of the development and deployment of products or services. This includes development, design, operations, manufacturing,
testing, implementation, procurement, cost, scheduling, training and support. Those who are involved with project or program
management or enterprise-level process improvement will also benefit from this program.
Occupational summary for engineering technicians, except drafters in the United States.
Projected Growth (2017-2027)